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At ECP Plastics, we have a range of products available to suit a variety of requirements.

Each of these products comply with stringent standards set by the various worldwide testing authorities of Biodegradable and Compostable products so you can rest assured they will break down in weeks, not hundreds of years.

Even the soy-based non-toxic inks that we print with will not leave any harmful residue in the process of breaking down.

We can also thermoform, injection-mould, extrude film and blow-mould to your specifications, as well as supplying rigid and flexible packaging options. Thermoform sheet and injection feed stock resins are available for a range of rigid, blown and foam applications. Our BF 90A formula is a strong, flexible resin ideal for retail bags or bin liners, whereas our BF 90B formula is a rigid resin suitable for pressure and injection moulding.

  • Bin Liners

    Our waste bin liners are manufactured from compostable and biodegradable bio-resins and are designed for home or commercial use.

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  • Waste Bins

    ECP provide waste bins including kitchen caddys, office and commercial bins in a range of sizes.

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  • Botanic Bag™

    We are excited to introduce the Botanic Bag™. The world's first certified biodegradable and compostable non-woven bag.

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  • Doggy Bags

    Give your doggy the chance to reduce its carbon pawprint, and consider our range of compostable and biodegradable doggy bags.

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  • Gloves

    Our compostable and biodegradable gloves are perfect for all types of food handling and preparation.

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  • Seedling Pots

    Start your plants by growing from seed in biodegradable seedling pots and support the most earth-friendly method of starting a garden.

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